Framing Conservation Education in the context of Conservation Practice: a vital component

Presented by Effective Conservation Education is a vital component of successful conservation practice. This workshop is comprised of a series of activities interspersed with short presentations. These are designed to take participants through a process of engaging with the nature of conservation education and the key issues associated with its design and delivery – whether these be understanding and involving target audiences and appropriate vehicles and mechanisms for the conservation education process, or challenging mainstream understandings of conservation education as necessarily science-driven. Main aims and goals:The overarching objective will be on each participant to take away a preliminary conservation education framework that they can apply in practice, and to this end a number of case studies will provide examples to be followed through the delivery of the workshop. Target audience:Anyone involved in conservation who is interested in effectively influencing and involving individuals and communities. Workshop organisers:Anand Pendharkar, Ian Bride.